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Like Auntie, Like Nephew: Alumnus and advisor form lasting bond

Kinnawa Kaitibi and Nicole Brown both remember when they first met during his sophomore year. What started as a rocky first encounter has grown into a years-long mentorship and friendship that has lasted beyond Kaitibi’s college years.

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Southern gospel meets 1660s France in UTC Theatre Company’s ‘Tartuffe’

Directing the company’s production of the 17th-century French classic is 2011 graduate Blake Harris. He returns to Chattanooga after graduating with a Master of Fine Arts with a concentration  in theatre directing from California Arts Institute.

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Confederate statues and the UTC Civil War Press Symposium

Thirty-nine experts on Civil War and Free Expression experts are coming to Chattanooga from across the country to talk about the media’s role in memorializing a chapter of U.S. history that segments of American society often view in starkly different terms.

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UTC alum writes two books tracing the history of black wrestlers

Kevin Emily knew he had a lot of information when he started writing his book about the history of black wrestlers, but he soon discovered he had enough for two books.

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IBEW donates $50,000 to Department of Political Science & Public Service

For the next five years, the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local #175 will donate $10,000 a year to the Department of Political Science and Public Service, which will use the money to schedule workshops on such topics as targeting voters, policy advocacy and lobbying, organizing communities and campaign management.

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